Larkin Develops New FX Theory Based On U.S. Business Cycles


Brad Larkin, assistant treasurer at Fuji Bank in Japan has concluded that "the business cycle of the U.S. is driving foreign exchange movements worldwide." In his book, "Foreign Exchange - The Mystery Unravels," Larkin illustrates this theory with graphs and charts that reveal a distinct relationship between the cyclical fluctuations of the U.S. economy and the changes in currency prices over a 20-year period.

Larkin says he is the first to offer a fundamental theory that addresses relatively

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